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#190 - My ancestors were dirt-poor farmers in Italy. Not one of my an…  [+] (2 new replies) 01/14/2015 on God Damnit Tumblr 0
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#196 - mikepetru (01/14/2015) [-]
Same here, both parents came from dirt poor farmer families in Italy. The answer to your question is slaves, plain and simple. It's not about equality, it's about dominance. If you come from a wealthy white family and are successful, you are privileged because you're rich. If you come from a poor white family and are successful, your white skin got you the job. No matter what you do, there is some imaginary person of color somewhere who was equal to or better than you that doesn't have what you have because of their skin color. No matter how much they fail, it's your fault. No matter how much you succeed, you didn't earn it. People will come up with all types of excuses to validate their inaction and/or their shortcomings. It is a demoralization tactic. People who think like this are, simply put, nazis who don't have the means or balls to be nazis.
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#198 - Lambda (01/14/2015) [-]
It certainly is a demoralization tactic.
And I'm embarrassed to say it, but it's not completely ineffective. I've had more than enough failure and inadequacy in my life to make me feel shitty as it is. I'm tired of seeing this bullshit plastered all over the internet.
#6 - Now just let me stop traffic while I try and find my protractor. 01/13/2015 on Parking guide +46
#6 - Not if you use a parachute. 01/13/2015 on He's not cance... I mean wrong 0
#22 - I was raised Catholic, but I never really believed much in the… 01/13/2015 on Not a Muslim kid +2
#34 - I don't see any juice or bits of apple. I think the apple was …  [+] (1 new reply) 01/13/2015 on Some powerfull magnets -2
#43 - havepity (01/14/2015) [-]
The apple flies off and the magnet cracks because the apple made the magnets turn so the corner hit first.
#7 - 2mph is slower than the average human walking speed of 3.1mph 01/13/2015 on Disregard the constabulary +2
#87 - Well obviously you wouldn't be able to know the voltage. But t… 01/13/2015 on Finally found a use for... 0
#8 - Comment deleted 01/13/2015 on Eurodisney +23
#7 - It's only a matter of time before FMRI technology allows minds…  [+] (2 new replies) 01/13/2015 on How many times have you... +1
#20 - ninjalllama (01/13/2015) [-]
Cool username guy, half life completely related
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#18 - deadmice (01/13/2015) [-]
>get metal implant of some kind
>refuse compulsory matriarchy mind readings when the feminazis take over
#9 - I wonder if you could train yourself to tell approximately how…  [+] (4 new replies) 01/13/2015 on Finally found a use for... 0
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#24 - RoboticEyebrow (01/13/2015) [-]
people who do this actually say they develop another sense and can tell when they pass through electric fields
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#16 - ronyx (01/13/2015) [-]
Every time this is posted somebody asks that exact same question.
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#15 - CyrilKeir (01/13/2015) [-]
You can, but not down to specific voltage.
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#87 - Lambda (01/13/2015) [-]
Well obviously you wouldn't be able to know the voltage. But the intensity of the vibration should be directly proportional to the current. I wonder if you could get accurate to within an amp or two.